Forty antebellum homes line the Mount Pleasant National Historic Landmark District of the Underground Railroad.
Home to the Ohio Yearly Meetinghouse, the first Quaker yearly meeting house west of the Alleghenies. Designed by Rev. Jacob Ong and completed in 1815. Also home to the Benjamin Lundy House, where abolitionist Benjamin Lundy lived while in Mt. Pleasant ca 1820, and Free Labor Store, a store that sold only goods that were produced by free labor and did not profit from the exploitation of enslaved persons.
Tours of the Meetinghouse and the village are available through the Historical Society of Mt Pleasant and are by appointment only.
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